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Friday, February 13, 2004

PREPARING FOR VALENTINE'S DAY. "Nothing says love like an outrageously expensive cylinder of tenderloin, sliced lengthwise to unroll it, coated in herbs, rolled back and tied, then seared in a pan and finished off in the oven," says gourmet cook Jonathan Beakley. See his Valentine's Day menu. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

On February 4, the Carlisle School Committee announced the three finalists for the position of Superintendent of Schools. They are Richard Bergeron, Marie Doyle and Thomas Scott. ...more

Read candidate interviews on the web

Since two of the three scheduled interviews with finalists for the position of Carlisle School Super-intendent occurred after the Mosquito went to press (Wednesday afternoon), reports and photos from all three sessions will be published on this web site by Friday evening, February 13. The Mosquito will not publish next week.

As the Special Town Meeting on March 23 nears, Carlisle's citizens are scrambling to understand the details of the proposed purchase of the 45-acre Parcel A, how it will be financed, and what obligations this creates for future development. Although the Warrant Articles have not been finalized, town officials have made progress in defining the possibilities ...more

This Old House is busy planning for a major redo of Harold and Judy Lane's 1849 historic house and barn located at 730 Concord Street, on the corner of South Street. With producers, architect, and Carlisle's own Norm Abram in attendance along with lots of interested town's people, the Heald Room at the Town Hall was overflowing at the February 5 meeting, with ...more


The Mosquito will not publish next week due to the Presidents Day vacation. We will resume publication with the February 27 issue

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito